Each summer, the international community of music psychology researchers get together for an increasingly massive show-and-tell. This August it’s the turn of the joint ICMPC (International conference on music perception and cognition) and APSCOM (Asia-Pacific Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music), to host a conference in Seoul, Korea from 4-8 August.
And guess who’s going? We’re very proud of our own Lauren Victoria Hadley for winning the Young Researcher prize! Lauren’s paper, The Effects of Anomaly on Music Reading: Evidence from Eye Movements, will be presented in one of the two Young Researcher award plenary sessions.
Check out the programme to find more IMHSD names, including Raymond MacDonald, Nikki Moran, Jill Morgan, Sujin Hong, Kirsteen Davidson-Kelly, Katie Overy and others!